This article will guide you on how to #install and get started with Steam on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Steam on Linux made it easier for various hardcore gamers to switch to #Linux from Windows or #Mac for professional reasons.
Ubuntu is the best OS for developers because of the various libraries, examples, and tutorials. These features of ubuntu help considerably with AI, ML, and DL, unlike any other OS.
Furthermore, Ubuntu also provides reasonable support for the latest versions of free open source software and platforms.
To Install #Steam from Ubuntu package #repository:
1. Confirm that the multiverse Ubuntu repository is enabled: $ sudo add-apt-repository multiverse $ sudo apt update.
2. Install Steam package: $ sudo apt install steam.
Use your desktop menu to start Steam or alternatively execute the following command: $ steam.
To play steam on #Linux:
i. To get started, click the Steam menu at the top-left of the main Steam window, and select 'Settings' from the dropdown.
ii. Then click 'Steam Play' on the left side, make sure the the box that says 'Enable Steam Play for supported titles' is checked, and check the box for 'Enable Steam Play for all other titles'.